This week, HSBC is featuring two beauty queens who are looking to bring stylishness and fun to the right home.

Mollie is a ready-made “good girl” who had to part with her former home. This 50-pound, three-year-old, American Terrier mix is friendly, affectionate and a bit of a goofy clown! And then there is that beautiful coloring-depending on the lighting, Mollie appears silver/grey or light tan with white accents. Mollie is a bit freaked out by loud noises and would be best as an only pet, but she is excellent with kids. She loves to play, is housetrained, and knows how to sit, down, stay, come, and shake. Mollie can hardly wait to learn more things with her new family!

Kita is one of our adolescents that is ready for a home of her own. She is a petite girl, around six pounds at six months, with lustrous black fur and yellow eyes. Like all our shelter-grown kittens, Kita is friendly and affectionate, loves people and is very tolerant of handling. She also is curious and playful, all making her great with kids and other cats. She has a laid-back personality, is very loving, and is willing to soak up all the attention you care to offer. Kita is looking forward to making memories with her family.

Learn about Fear-Free/Force-Free Training Saturday, Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. at the Peggy Schilling Animal Adoption & Education Center. Certified trainer Casey McGee of Upward Hound will lead morning sessions in training 101, fear vs. aggression and five ways to get a better-behaved dog. These are free and open to the public; coffee and snacks will be available for free will donation. As space is limited, please contact the shelter to RSVP.

Have a feline friend that needs a bit of routine? HSBC is partnering with Purple Cat Mobile Veterinary Clinic to host a low-cost spay and neuter clinic on Sunday, Dec. 2. Starting at 9 a.m., drop off your kitty in a carrier at the Midtown location and get your cat back all “fixed.” Rabies vaccinations are also being offered. Appointments and prepayment must be made before taking advantage of this great deal and can be made by contacting the shelter.

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